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The Warlock - Study Guide Chapters 53-56 and Author's Note Summary & Analysis

Michael Scott (Irish author)
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In Chapter Fifty-Three, Dr. John Dee is in a rage because the Book of the Dead spell he had planned on using to awaken the creatures has only been able to turn the creatures to dust. Machiavelli tells Dee is has always been an amateur; Dee finds this humorous because he has a brilliant plan. Machiavelli believes his arrogance will be his downfall. When Dee gives Billy over to be a snack for the Sphinx, Virginia saves him, saying he deserves a more dignified death. She then, to Dee's surprise, begins to awaken the creatures with her flute. When Billy and Niccolo try to convince her to stop, Dee explains to them that she has no reason to want to stop. If Dee succeeds, she will rule the world. As Virginia continued to play, Josh felt the swords pulse...

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